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From isolation to hope, Georgia Southern alumni join to sew masks for Atlanta hospitals

Like so many others, Anna Ferguson, a 2009 Georgia Southern University fashion merchandising and apparel design graduate, felt helpless in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic that caused citizens around the globe to go into isolation.

Yet, a call-to-action by a grassroots distribution network, Sewing Masks for Area Hospitals – Atlanta (COVID-19), on Facebook led Ferguson, and fellow alumni, to repurpose their skill sets for the greater good.

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TaJuan Wilson, Ed.D., joins as Georgia Southern’s first Associate Vice President for Inclusive Excellence

As Georgia Southern University’s first Associate Vice President for Inclusive Excellence, TaJuan Wilson, Ed.D., looks to accomplish an expansive list of goals with enthusiasm and an open ear.

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Georgia Southern moves more than 5,000 classes online, professors offer creative solutions for remote learning

Georgia Southern moves more than 5,000 classes online, professors offer creative solutions for remote learning

As Georgia Southern University moved more than 5,000 classes online in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the students who started back to classes today discovered professors who are engaging students with creative solutions for remote learning during unprecedented times.

Georgia Southern’s Q4 2019 Economic Monitor reports economy ends strong, substantial decline expected

Georgia Southern University’s latest Economic Monitor, which analyzes Q4 2019 data and identifies trends affecting the regional economy, reports that the Savannah metro economy ended strong in 2019, however substantial decline is expected in the coming months.

Masks created by Armstrong Campus alumna Megan Williams

Armstrong Campus alumna lends helping hand to create masks for health care workers

With a passion for creating, Armstrong Campus alumna Megan Williams is making masks for local health care facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.